First positive results for a lab fit for industry
A few months after the inauguration of state-of-the-art facilities for biotechnologies research on the Hautcharage site, results are already very positive, opening the door to new opportunities for (...)
Blue-green algae proliferation: LIST on the alert
Each year, during the summer season, blue-green algae, or cyanobacteria, proliferate in Luxembourg's bathing and recreational waters. Above a certain threshold, they are potentially toxic and any (...)
Drones to the rescue of the environment
Fly over the Luxembourg vineyards with LIST’s drone and find out how our researchers detect diseases that are threatening Luxembourg’s viticulture.
LIST Quarterly #2/2019 out now!
LIST's trimestrial tech knowledge e-newsletter focuses on technology transfer and industrial partnerships, and highlights news and events at LIST of particular interest to private and public (...)
Take a tour of our technologies showcased during the LIST Tech Day
Discover 20 of the latest LIST prototypes as well as market-ready technologies gathered around three domains: Smart Industries, Smart Cities and Smart Environment.
Be actor of the decarbonisation and electrification strategy
Save the date for the Energy Transition Dialogue in Luxembourg to be held in Mondorf-les-Bains, Luxembourg on 24 October 2019.
LIST annual report 2018 is out!
The year 2018 was marked by new partnerships as well as the continuation of strategic collaborations with partners from the private and public sectors.
Drones, satellites and augmented reality at the Ettelbruck Agricultural Fair
The biggest open-air fair in Luxembourg, which takes place from 5-7 July 2019, will provide an opportunity for the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) to present the agriculture of (...)
Tomorrow's technologies unveiled at LIST Tech Day 2019
The second edition of the LIST Tech Day, held on Thursday June 20 in Belval, shows that LIST is fully delivering on its mission to drive innovation in Luxembourg and make it an attractive place for (...)
LIST presents its template for inventory of materials
LIST, in partnership with the Luxembourg Environment Agency, has developed a template for inventory of materials to help those involved in the planning, performance and documentation of deconstruction (...)
The environmental impacts of our lifestyles
On 23 May 2019, LIST organised the talk “So you think you’re green?” at Neimënster Abbaye. More than 110 participants from the general public, companies and civil society organisations attended the (...)